School Dress Requirements
The wearing of the school uniform is supported strongly by the community and is a symbol of pride in the school. There is an expectation that all students will comply with the dress requirements. Uniforms can be purchased from the P & C Association Uniform Shop. Placing your order at the start of each season will help the P & C with bulk purchasing. Some recycled “pre-loved” clothes are also available from the P & C.
The Uniform Shop is run by volunteers and is usually open once a week from 8.30 am to 9.00 am. Please check with our Front Office to find out which day the uniform shop is open. If you are unable to attend during these times, please complete an order form (see below) and submit it to the Front Office. The order will be filled at the next opportunity.
If you wish to assist in the uniform shop, please see the P&C Committee.
Hats: Black and bottle green with white trim cap. Students and staff are encouraged to wear hats/caps but these must be removed whilst in school buildings. Headwear must not contain promotional material.
Students then have a choice of:
- Black, full length plain trousers – NOT denim
- Black, microfibre plain long pants
- Black, microfibre shorts with white crest/black shorts/airflow shorts
- Black or bottle green jumper windcheater/cardigan
- Black box pleat skirt/black skirts at modest length
- Enclosed shoes – suitable enclosed low heeled shoes, sturdy sports, joggers, boots or flats. No slip-on’s, thongs, reef sandals, masseur sandals are to be worn as they can be dangerous. No Ugg boots or bare feet.
(eg: tours, bush rangers and country week) These uniforms can be worn in school time where appropriate.
Unless otherwise stated, students will be expected to wear full school uniform on excursions.
Black unisex shorts with logo, black airflow shorts, black sports skirt or plain black tracksuit pants with their Faction (red, blue, green) unisex shirt. Appropriate footwear (e.g. sports shoes), hats and SPF sunscreen (if outside) must be worn during all physical education sessions.
Primary students can wear the sports uniform on days when their teacher has planned a physical education or sports program. Failure to wear appropriate school uniform consistently can result in a child missing reward excursions and/or not participating in interschool events. (i.e. Carnivals etc).